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MIAMI GARDENS, FL - AUGUST 04:  Hanley Ramirez #2 of the Florida Marlins looks on during a game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Sun Life Stadium on August 4, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
MIAMI GARDENS, FL - AUGUST 04: Hanley Ramirez #2 of the Florida Marlins looks on during a game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Sun Life Stadium on August 4, 2011 in Miami Gardens, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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Three days left.  Flags fly forever.  Here are you fantasy baseball links for today, September 25:

Slump or Dump: Hanley Ramirez in 2012 | Roto Hardball

Hanley will likely fall from his perch as a consensus top pick in fantasy baseball next season, but how far down draft boards should he be slipping?

Brett Lawrie Done for the Season | Roto Hardball

The growth on young player is not linear and you cannot just extrapolate Lawrie’s numbers over a full season.

Follow the jump for more of the latest fantasy baseball news and analysis from around the web.

Potential 2012 K/9 Surgers | FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball
Based on SwStk%

Early 2012 Outlook: Top 10 SS | Fantasy Baseball 365
This list really drives home just how weak SS is right now.

Snake Draft Retrospective, Ridiculous Bargains Edition | FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

Even though I’ve been at this for some time now, and even though I know better than to do so — when preparing for our draft this past year, I recall obsessing over the first three rounds and yet, this league was won on value picks far later in the draft. This off season, there will no doubt be plenty of analysis about value picks in the middle and later part of your drafts and I’m committing to having a much more robust target list down to the last man standing.

Baseball ProGUESTus: Adventures in Sabermetrics 101 | Baseball Prospectus
How do I sign up to audit this online?

As goes Vernon Wells, so goes Vernon Wells’ Twitter account | Angels blog : The Orange County Register
Correlation between Vernon Wells' performance and his tweet volume. Awesome.